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Having More By Doing Less !!~~

Having More By Doing Less !!~~ 

 

Having More By Doing Less. We're taught to do MORE, work harder, get better, and GO faster…but with this most often causes is depletion, low energy, and disease and more  Stress. Work smarter, not harder.

The single most Important thing I believe is to be  Organized !!~ Cutting out wasted time to  Having More By Doing Less!!~
I am just going to jot down a few things you can do to help you out here!!~
I Believe we all know.
1.  Make a to-do list. >>> Helping you to stay organized and pinpointing daily priorities. Making a list before Bed allows you to clear your head while sufficiently planning ahead. During sleep, your brain processes and prioritizes some of these tasks even though you don’t realize you are thinking about them. In the Morning  review and edit your  list before executing any of the tasks. This Helps you to  prioritizes  your list not someone else, which is exactly what happens when you start your  day responding to emails.

2.  Stop multitasking.
This here is a big one for me . I have worked for  New York Telephone company  and Southern Bell. I was Trained as an TSPS Long Distant Operator. Trained to Multi-Task.   Also I went from this job and became a Cook because  I moved to a resort town . ( Montauk Long Island New York ) and again I was Trained to Multi-Task. Soo I have figured out just what is wrong. Brains are not computers. They're not designed to run on multiple tracks simultaneously. Switching  Back and Fort makes us Tired, less effective., and Error Prone. When we settle in put distractions  devices aside, and do one thing at a time, we worry less. Soo my Brain has been Trained to Multi-task and now I must untrain and be focused on one thin at a time , instead of trying to stay ahead of myself by thing of other things I have to do !!~ Finnish one thing at a time in that you will  be Having More By Doing Less.

3.  Focus, focus, focus. Train your Brain!!~
Silence your phone, turn off notifications
It's critical to reserve some time to focus, free of interruption. Whether you prefer early in the morning or late at night, find time and commit to it. Immersing yourself in your own goals empowers you to start the day with a more positive state of mind and end it with a sense of accomplishment, regardless of how events unfold in-between.
Recognize you don't need to do everything at once in order to make the most of your day. In fact, you can't. Make a clear to-do list, embrace productivity tools and devise ways to focus on individual tasks more efficiently. With a little practice, you’ll be surprised by how much you can accomplish.
In doing this Blog Post I have Learned just what my Problem is soo must practice practice practice >>> train my Brain to Focus on one thing at a time >>> Starting now.

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Choose three things that are the real priorities in your life. Start small. What are the three things you want to accomplish today? Start with those as the skeleton of your day, and build everything else around them.  Three things helps us to clear the noise and distractions so that we can focus on what feels most meaningful.  Make the time for reading, meditation, or exercise before work.

I enjoy my Meditation. Soo I will share this here !!~ ENJOY ♥♥☺☺

There are many reasons to meditate and practice mindfulness. It helps decrease stress and anxiety. It’s also been shown to increase focus and productivity. And if you’re still not convinced, science is now telling us that entrepreneurs practicing mindfulness are gaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace. Helps the brain to be a better entrepreneur.

I am loving this Photo !!~~

Meditation

Meditation

“Freedom is instantaneous the moment we accept things as they are.” ~Karen Maezen Miller

Start saying no.

If it’s not supporting your values, your priorities, your “three things” or your inner well-being, it has to be a no.

A Simple Process for Un-Doing:

Spend some time journaling each day, starting by reflecting on the “distractions” in your life.

What activities or habits do you have/do to avoid being with yourself? Do you work way too much, or always help a friend or family member, which leaves you overwhelmed and busy? Do you eat and watch movies to distract yourself? Whatever it is, write it down.

Once you’ve written down your distractions, look deeper into the underlying belief behind these habits.

For example, you find that when you’re upset you eat sweets. Why do you eat sweets? To feel more full. Why do you want to feel fuller? Because I’m afraid of being alone. Why are you afraid of being alone? Because when I’m alone, I’m sad. Why are you sad? And so on…Weed out some of the underlying thoughts or beliefs behind your habits.

Notice.

You don’t have to fix, change, or improve anything. Just notice yourself when you’re engaging in these activities. Do this for one to two weeks. Bring awareness to these areas and journal about them.

After one to two weeks of noticing, if you feel inspired to do less or take action, such as stopping snacking or working fewer hours, go ahead, but it’s not required.

Add to your schedule some alone time each day doing nothing.

Sit on your couch, rest in your bed (without falling asleep), and be in nature. Add 10-30 minutes of alone time each day. If strong emotions come up, be with them; give yourself permission to feel.

The more time I spent by myself, the more I got to know who I was and what I was about. And when I learned about myself, I found I no longer needed to distract myself from the parts of myself that I didn’t like.

Don’t use a lot where a little will do. -Proverb

Don’t use a lot where a little will do. -Proverb

 

Having More By Doing Less

Having More By Doing Less

 

 

Have mire by doing less

Have mire by doing less

“It’s not enough to be busy. So are the ants. The question is: What are we busy about?” ~Henry David Thoreau 

 

 

Beware the barrenness of a busy life. ~Socrates

Beware the barrenness of a busy life. ~Socrates

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Sandraji Lynn

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12 Comments

  1. Tara Woodruff (The Victory Tribe)

    January 16, 2017 at 2:10 PM

    This is FANTASTIC Sandraji! Thank you!! I wanted to add an analogy. In 5 Star restaurants, the food is generally expected to be extraordinary. In a 5 Star Kitchen, There is a Line of Specialized cooks, One for Cold side, One for frying, Sous, Broiler etc. All of this is directed by the Chef. Even in the Front of the House, there are different service professionals for particular parts of the guest’s stay. These types of restaurants can command Higher prices because of the Innate FOCUS of the Team.

    • sandra copeland

      January 16, 2017 at 2:26 PM

      Thank you Tara !!~~ Appreciate your input and yes this is much more focus on serving the best of service !!~ ♥♥☺☺ Appreciate !!~

  2. Doing more by doing less is HUGE – totally LOVED today’s share Sandra.

  3. Excellent post Sandra, I think being an essentialist is a good thing in a society where people exhaust themselves daily trying to keep up with everyone else. Thanks for sharing..

  4. Fantastic Post and Tips on Having more by doing less, Your personal experience makes it even more so because I love to learn from other’s experiences. Multi tasking does kill brain cells for sure! Loved this 🙂

    • sandra copeland

      January 20, 2017 at 5:43 PM

      Good Evening !!~ Multi-tasking is very Stressful I find !!~ Must be focused on the now !!~ thank you Julie for stopping by much Appreciated ♥♥☺☺ Practice Practice

  5. Great Post, Thanks For The Share !

  6. I have recently come to understand and live by this simple concept. Now i cut out all the (what i call) fat out of my day. Doing less is definitely more.

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